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Old Apr 13, 2012, 3:39 PM   #1
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Old Apr 13, 2012, 5:44 PM   #2
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Nice series

Colors on #1 are fantastic and all have incredible sharpness!

Your "neighbours" are grown up!!
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Great clarity and colors ! Last one is funny
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Great works as always dear Jim!! #1,2 and 4 are excellent
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Thanks Rui, Geoper and Catalex.

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Incredible sharpness. Do you shoot hand held with with a tripod?
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Thanks Tullio. I never use a tripod.

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You never use a tripod? Sounds like me. Excellent clarity...especially for hand held. You must have practiced breathing and shutter squeeze to remain so still. Ever in the Army? Lol.
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Lovely snaps, very crisp and colorful. Hope the first three did not end up as food for the last one.
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You never use a tripod? Sounds like me. Excellent clarity...especially for hand held. You must have practiced breathing and shutter squeeze to remain so still. Ever in the Army? Lol.
I just like to travel light.

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